Greenway out for Vikings; Douglas down for Falcons

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Linebacker Chad Greenway's streak of 115 straight games played for the Minnesota Vikings has ended.

Greenway is out for the game against Atlanta because of a broken hand and broken rib. Also inactive for the Vikings: tight end Kyle Rudolph, guard David Yankey, wide receivers Rodney Smith and Charles Johnson, linebacker Brandon Watts and defensive end Scott Crichton. Rudolph had sports hernia surgery this week.

Wide receiver Harry Douglas is inactive for the Falcons, due to a foot injury, but Roddy White is back in the lineup after missing the last game with a hamstring injury.

Also inactive for the Falcons: quarterback Sean Renfree, cornerback Javier Arenas, linebacker Tyler Starr, center James Stone, offensive tackle Ryan Schraeder and defensive tackle Cliff Matthews.


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